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Beautiful Heraldic Lion with inverted fleur de lys emblems, his head surmounted by a crown. One of a pair but may be purchased singly. All statues and sculptures are hand made in composite stone. Statues have a long history of use in the garden dating back to ancient times.
This gorgeous Roman Style Bust adds instant timelessness into a garden setting Projecting a sense of formality and history. All statues and sculptures are hand made in composite stone. Statues have a long history of use in the garden dating back to ancient times. Bust of a Roman God is hand made in UK to order. Delivery time around 3 weeks
This is a real show stopper! Our sculptures are renowned for the wonderful expressions on their carved statues and this Sphinx has the most regal gaze upon its face. Hand made in UK to order in composite stone. Delivery time around 3 weeks
Cast in reconstituted stone, our sculptures are meticulously hand-finished to produce an unusual and eye-catching ornament.Big Apple is hand made in UK to order in composite stone. Delivery time around 3 weeks
In Greek mythology Satyrs are a sylvan race, and dwell deep within secluded forest glades. There they spend their time frolicking and partaking of strong drink. Bust of Male Satyr possess the hind legs of a goat or faun and the upper body of a human, although their heads often possess small horns. Hand made in UK to order in composite stone. Delivery time around 3 weeks
The unique finishing touch for a woodland garden, the Walnut is displayed to greatest effect as one of a cluster and weathers particularly well when placed beneath a canopy of trees.Big Walnut is hand made in UK to order in composite stone. Delivery time around 3 weeks
Unique stone sculpture, eye-catching and graceful in its simplicity. Made in composite stone, this is a genuine piece for the garden that will last eternity. Big Pear is hand made in UK to order in composite stone. Delivery time around 3 weeks
From little acorns, big oak trees grow. From big Acorns the possibilities are endless! Let your imagination go wild and your garden grow around this awesome centrepiece.Big Acorn is hand made in UK to order in composite stone. Delivery time around 3 weeks
Witty pair of Children dressed in classical armour. Of the William and Mary period c.1690. Figures can be used indoors or out.
God of drink and merrymaking, a familiar figure in the garden.
Bust of the Emperor Hadrian as a young man. A well modelled piece that is equally effective indoors and out. Excellent used on pedestals, in niches or as seen here on a bracket.
Also known as Clytie, Antonia was the daughter of Mark Antony and mother of the Roman Emperor Claudius. Roman and from around AD 40-50, the original was said to be from near Naples, Italy and now resides in the British Museum.
Not strictly classical, more an invention of the romantic poets - or are they?
A beautifully modelled bust taken from an antique set of four busts at Knebworth House. Can be displayed indoors or out. Wonderful set within a leafy arbour, but there are a wide variety of applications.
The Sun God among other things, Son of Zeus and twin brother of Artemis, who has a long association with the garden.
The matching half of the set (see Child with Dog).
One of a pair of statues supporting a basket weave jardiniere.Also available as a sundial, fountain or birdbath.An artificial ice version featured at our prize-winning garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2011.
Classically inspired group. Shown here with optional tazza bowl. Also available with Linford vase.Available as a fountain, with or without bowls.
A delightful group of putti in an eternal embrace in the French taste. Well modelled with fruit and vine detailing. Very good proportions set on an oval base.
Herm or Herma trace their origins to ancient Athens. Often used as a protection for travellers, they in time came to be used as property markers. Popular in the Italian renaissance as Terms (Seasons). The Chilstone Herm is based on Pan and sports Pan Pipes instead of the traditional decoration. from an original at Clandon Park, Surrey.
In Classical architecture a Term or Terminal figure is a human head that continues as a square tapering pillarlike form.If the bust is Hermes it is called a Herm (see below).The Chilstone terms are female in the Art Nouveau style depicting the four seasons.
Regency figure c.1800 in the neo-classical style popular then as now. Classical but with a different flavour. The figure is draped, one hand holds a shell whilst the other supports the drapery.Shown here on the rustic pedestal.
Figure, probably French, c.1740. A charming figure dressed in plumed hat, jacket and breeches. Excellent set in an arbour or at the end of a path.
A very traditional statue depicting the Goddess of the Garden herself, Flora. A finely modelled draped Flora with the traditional cornucopia on her arm. Can be used as a fountain.
The Daughter of Zeus and Demeter. Abducted to the underworld she came to symbolise plants who rise in spring and return to the earth after harvest. A finely detailed and classical statue of Persephone.
A superbly modelled greyhound with fine detailing. From an original at Raynham Hall, Norfolk.
Another chimera, thought to protect the garden.
Similar to a gargoyle but with no waterspout.
The Talbot is a now-extinct precursor to the modern beagle. It is nevertheless revered as the ideal hunting dog, a large white animal that could bring down any quarry.
Life like doves by sculptor Everard Meynell in a set of four different attitudes, feeding, preening and in repose. They are equipped with dowels for mounting to urns, bird baths, etc.Also available separately.
A heraldic eagle similar to a Napoleonic Eagle.Available right or left facing, often purchased as a pair.
A pair of majestic eagles ideal for gate piers and general decoration. Available left or right facing.
Originally commissioned by Lord Townsend of Raynham Hall, Norfolk. This very fine life sized Stag attracts much interest. It is a fine piece especially when mounted on the Stag Pedestal. Available as a pair or individually right or left facing.
One of a pair of recumbent lions, well moulded c.1740. Suitable for doorways (like a burmese Chindit), on the top of a flight of stairs, on a terrace or simply placed on a pedestal. Shown here with Lion plinth.Available right or left facing.
A good natured heraldic lion in the ancient 'sejant' posture, sitting on its haunches with both paws on the ground. Ideal for gateposts and entrances where a smaller footprint is needed. Complete with square plinth.